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/diffs/cobbler:

_DIR: 2.8.3_vs_2.8.4 (21 Nov 20:28, directory)
cobbler is a command line tool for configuring provisioning and update servers. It supports provisioning via PXE, virtualization (Xen), and re-provisioning an existing Linux system ("auto-kickstarting") when having a PXE environment isn't possible.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 2.8.2_vs_2.8.3 (4 May 2018, directory)
cobbler is a command line tool for configuring provisioning and update servers. It supports provisioning via PXE, virtualization (Xen), and re-provisioning an existing Linux system ("auto-kickstarting") when having a PXE environment isn't possible.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 2.8.1_vs_2.8.2 (1 Nov 2017, directory)
cobbler is a command line tool for configuring provisioning and update servers. It supports provisioning via PXE, virtualization (Xen), and re-provisioning an existing Linux system ("auto-kickstarting") when having a PXE environment isn't possible.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 2.8.0_vs_2.8.1 (24 May 2017, directory)
cobbler is a command line tool for configuring provisioning and update servers. It supports provisioning via PXE, virtualization (Xen), and re-provisioning an existing Linux system ("auto-kickstarting") when having a PXE environment isn't possible.
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 2.6.11_vs_2.8.0 (16 Nov 2016, directory)
cobbler is a command line tool for configuring provisioning and update servers. It supports provisioning via PXE, virtualization (Xen), and re-provisioning an existing Linux system ("auto-kickstarting") when having a PXE environment isn't possible.
Source code changes report.

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